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  1. Collaborative Work Hub for Tech and Media Opens in Lower ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The New York Observer

    ... for companies annually. (Corporate memberships are good for five designated employees). David Rose of AREA, Control Group and Pace University are a few of the first corporate members. Drop-in memberships are available for $30 per day as well, ...

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  2. Metalmark Capital Completes Majority, Growth-Focused Investment in Camin Cargo ControlRead the original story

    Tuesday | Venture Capital Access Online

    LINDEN, N.J., July 1, 2015-- Camin Cargo Control, Inc. announced today the completion of a majority investment by Metalmark Capital, a leading US private equity firm. Camin Cargo Control, headquartered in Linden, NJ, is a leading provider of testing, inspection, certification and additive services in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.

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  3. Sunburn 'art' makes experts cringeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2015 | KATV Little Rock

    This summer some sunbathers are getting a little creative by trying their hand with "sunburn" art. On social media people can be found using sunblock or temporary tattoos to create "artful" sunburns.

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  4. More Than One In Eight Americans Infected With HIV Don't Know They Have It, Says CDCRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Queerty

    The Centers for Disease Control has issued a report that more than 1.2 million Americans are currently living with HIV, including about 156,300 who aren't aware of it. That adds up to about 13 percent of people carrying the virus who aren't adequately prepared to manage their own health and pose a high risk of infecting others.

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  5. Here's the Sunburn 'Art' That's Making Some CringeRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | ABC News

    This summer some sunbathers are getting a little creative by trying their hand with "sunburn" art. On social media people can be found using sunblock or temporary tattoos to create "artful" sunburns.

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  6. Half of U.S. women are overweight during pregnancyRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Roughly half of first-time mothers in the U.S. gain too much weight during pregnancy, about the same proportion who are overweight at the start, a study finds. Researchers compared data on more than 2 million U.S. women to a group of about 1,650 of their peers in Germany, where almost three-fourths of first-time mothers started pregnancy at a healthy weight and only 27 percent exceeded weight gain recommendations.

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  7. Despite diplomatic relations, Cuba travel remains thornyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    While the U.S. and Cuba plan to re-establish diplomatic relations this month, regular scheduled airline flights will take a bit longer. Despite diplomatic relations, Cuba travel remains thorny While the U.S. and Cuba plan to re-establish diplomatic relations this month, regular scheduled airline flights will take a bit longer.

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  8. Metalmark Capital invests in Camin Cargo ControlRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | PE Hub

    Camin Cargo Control, Inc. announced today the completion of a majority investment by Metalmark Capital, a leading US private equity firm. Camin Cargo Control, headquartered in Linden, NJ, is a leading provider of testing, inspection, certification and additive services in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.

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  9. New York's outside legal fees top $686G on Tappan Zee bridge defenseRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    It cost the state more than $686,000 for outside lawyers in an abandoned effort to defend and appeal a federal rebuff of its plan to tap more than a half-billion dollars in controversial Tappan Zee Bridge construction financing from a federally funded clean water program. About two-thirds of that legal bill - around $438,000 - was paid by the state Environmental Facilities Corp. to the outside law firm of Washington, D.C.-based Squire Patton Boggs, one of the nation's largest legal and lobbying firms, according to records released to the Times Union under a Freedom of Information Law request.

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  10. Database shows police fatally shot 462 people in the line of dutyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2015 | The Post-Standard

    An ever-growing database created by the Washington Post shows that 462 people have been shot by police officers in the line of duty since January, with most of those shootings taking place in the Plains and Western states. New York had 13 shootings, or 0.7 per 1 million people.

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  11. New York's outside legal fees top $686G on Tappan Zee bridge...Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    It cost the state more than $686,000 for outside lawyers in an abandoned effort to defend and appeal a federal rebuff of its plan to tap more than a half-billion dollars in controversial Tappan Zee Bridge construction financing from a federally funded clean water program. About two-thirds of that legal bill - around $438,000 - was paid by the state Environmental Facilities Corp. to the outside law firm of Washington, D.C.-based Squire Patton Boggs, one of the nation's largest legal and lobbying firms, according to records released to the Times Union under a Freedom of Information Law request.

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  12. This cop is on a mission to rid the city of rogue cyclistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    This NYPD scooter cop has become the Dirty Harry of the Upper West Side - waging a one-man war against lawless bike riders in which he has handed out more tickets to cyclists than any other cop in New York. Officer Joshua Vincek issued 1,249 bike violations between Jan. 1, 2012, and Feb. 26, 2015, which is 300 more than the next-highest NYPD officer's tally in that time period, according to data obtained by DNAinfo.

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  13. Solar plane halfway to Hawaii from JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Honolulu Advertiser

    Solar Impulse 2, the solar plane attempting the first around-the-world flight without fuel, neared the halfway point to Hawaii from Japan Tuesday afternoon. As of 3:40 p.m. Hawaii time, the Solar Impulse 2 had finished 49 percent of its journey to Oahu.

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  14. York City's transformation of former Gus's bar nearly completeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | York Dispatch

    The building at 596 West Princess Street in York, Pa. is shown on Tuesday, June 30, 2015.

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  15. FTC 'Operation Ruse Control' Strikes Again At Fine Print In Auto AdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes

    I'm a reporter with 25-plus years experience writing about, and working in, the auto industry. After a journalism degree at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, where I was a Morehead Scholar, I started out with the dearly departed Nashville Banner, an evening newspaper.

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  16. Goldman Sachs Pays Fine for Roiling Options Market in 2013Read the original story

    Tuesday | The Washington Post

    The bank didn't have adequate safeguards to prevent its computers from placing about 16,000 mis-priced options orders on Aug. 20, 2013, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said in a statement Tuesday. This led to about 1.5 million contracts trading at the beginning of that day's session, before many of the transactions were later canceled.

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  17. Session Ending Legislation a " it is not all about the RentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Albany Times Union

    Now that the end of session is over it provides an opportunity to review legislation that was passed in the waning days of session. With all the talk about Rent Control that only impacted New York City residents, I was of the believe that upstate New York and the Capital Region in particular needed to feel some benefit as well which is what led to the property tax relief bill we passed.

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  18. Spanish firm's plan for Connecticut utility faces rejectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NewsOK.com

    State regulators on Tuesday moved a step toward rejecting a plan by Spain's leading electricity and natural gas utility to buy the parent company of several local energy firms in a deal valued at up to $3 billion. The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority issued a draft decision saying that Spain's Iberdrola has not provided "any measurable or quantifiable commitments" that assure regulators that ratepayers will not be harmed by its plan to buy UIL Holdings Corp. In the deal announced early this year, the company would serve 3.1 million electric and natural gas customers in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts and New York.

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  19. Battle Strategy Against Asian Carp in the Great Lakes -2015 UpdateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Kos

    Asian carp and other related invasive carp species in the Illinois River System are among the most serious invasive species threats to the biological integrity and sustainability of Great Lakes fisheries. Establishment of invasive carp in the Great Lakes would not only harm the Great Lakes, it would harm tourism and economic activity in the Great Lakes region as well.

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  20. Polish club, five other Pittsfield liquor license holders under scrutinyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Berkshire Eagle

    The Polish Community Club on Linden Street in Pittsfield has been closed since Jan. 1, two days after resolving with the Licensing Board who would be its manager of record. PITTSFIELD >> The Polish Community Club has been given two months to get its house in order or risk losing its liquor license.

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